Information sourced by FaceofMalawi indicates that on Friday thieves invaded the house of former President Dr. Joyce Banda in Nkhata and went away with some items.

Nkhata-Bay Police Spokesperson Ignatius Esau has confirmed of the development in an interview with the press.

According to Esau, the unknown thugs went away with a duvet and a home theatre.

Esau said the police have since arrested a guard identified as Numeri Mwale in connection to the robbery.

Banda’s spokesperson, Andekuche Chanthunya also confirmed of the development in a separate interview with the press, saying the development vindicates the claims raised by Banda that she is failing to come to Malawi due to security fears.

“This is what we are talking about. Dr. Banda was deprived of her security detail and an official residence in Lilongwe, government through the President is failing to honour the Constitution on the privileges of the former head of State and yet he swore before the people that he will uphold and protect the supreme law of the land,” Chanthunya was quoted in Daily Times newspaper.

Last year, thieves also invaded the house of the country’s Vice President Dr. Saulos Chilima in the commercial capital Blantyre.

As this was not enough, thieves also invaded the house of Housing Minister Atupele Muluzi and President of United Democratic Front (UDF).

Meanwhile police have launched a manhunt for the suspected thieves.

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